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# Conduct a hypothesis test at the 10 significance

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Unformatted text preview: a at least once per week. Conduct a hypothesis test at the 10% significance level to determine whether or not less than 40% of college students eat pizza at least once per week. 3. Half of people in the United States prefer summer to winter, but in a random sample of 50 people, you see that 21 people prefer summer to sinter. Conduct a hypothesis test at the 5% significance level to determine whether or not the proportion of people preferring summer to winter is different than half. The Steps in Hypothesis Testing for 1 Population Proportion 1. Determine the Hypotheses a. b. The alternative hypothesis is one of the following: right-tailed test left-tailed test two-tailed test 2. Collect the Data a. Verify that the normality criteria has been satisfied: ) i. and ( ii. and b. Calculate the sample proportion ̂ Remember: The value is the probability that you will get a sample proportion that is ̂ or more extreme than ̂ in...
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